As a lead-in to talking about how unionized white men vote very differently from non-union white men, Andy Stern made a joke about how maybe as reparations for not letting women vote for the first 100+ years of the country's existence, perhaps men shouldn't be allowed to vote for a hundred years or so. I had a girlfriend years ago who used to say that, too, and I kind of think it makes sense. Once, I went to see Susan Moller Okin speak (on her multiculturalism is bad for women thing) and wanted to ask her about this, but couldn't get myself called on.

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